Call 1-800-342-9461. 110 Days. The real Indian Corn from the American Hopi Indians. Very old Indian eating corn with a distinctively delicious flavor, which many believe no other corn can equal. Slender ears on 5 foot stalks have 8 rows and are 8 inches long, with very tender, tasty kernels in milk stage. Dries to an intense royal blue. 150 seeds. Most of the older corn varieties don't have uniform seed sizes and shapes, so you should adjust your planting equipment for best results. ... Hopi Blue (90 to 110 days; ... (85 to 105 days; rows) A white sweet corn developed by Nathaniel Stowell and released in about 1848, it's terrific for canning and fresh eating. Stowell's produces two. Hopi Blue (90 to 110 days; hills or rows) With 30% higher protein content than conventional dent corns, this drought-tolerant flint corn is delicious boiled or roasted in the early milk stage, and makes wonderful, antioxidant-rich cornmeal when dried and ground. Don’t overwater this variety or it will tend to lodge more easily.